[ree-awr-ee-uh n-tey-shuh n, -en-, -ohr-]
Origin of reorientation
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Examples from the Web for reorientation
Like many I spoke to, Williams seemed to desire a reorientation of policing, rather than just a reduction.Ground Zero of the NYPD Slowdown
January 1, 2015
Even more significant, however, is the reorientation of anti-establishment politics that follows.Edward Snowden, Not Pope Francis, Is the Person of the Year
December 12, 2013
But the Middle East changed Stewart, and he needed to go through a little American reorientation.The Twerk That Won the Internet, ‘What the Fox Say’ & More Viral Videos
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September 7, 2013
Catherine's cheerful willingness to help them must be reorientation and nothing else.
It could have been reorientation or it could have been Catherine's real self.
I began at that time to look forward to my visit to reorientation.
Would you mind if I spent an hour in Psych for reorientation?Exploiter's End
Comprehension then; reorientation; qualified relief—Is waking any better?The Trial of Callista Blake
Word Origin and History for reorientation
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